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The Foundation for UCP of Sacramento and Northern California was established in 2006 to ensure UCP’s programs and services of today will continue to receive funding in the future. In addition, the Foundation allows UCP to consistently deliver on our promise to provide a life without limits for our clients – now and in the future.


Your Legacy Gift Helps Many

Your support of The Foundation for UCP, will help children and adults with autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. Currently, autism is the number one diagnosed developmental disability, and Consequently, 48% of UCP’s current clients have autism. These clients, and their families will require ongoing support for decades to come. For that reason alone, your legacy gift to The Foundation for UCP will help ensure individuals with developmental disabilities have a brighter future.

UCP welcomes gifts including:

Tangible Personal Property
Securities – stocks
Real Estate
Remainder Interests in Property
Donor Advised Funds
Life Insurance
Charitable Gift Annuities

Ways to Support the Foundation

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Legacy Gifts

Anyone can afford to leave a Legacy gift

A Legacy Gift is a donation that you make now for the future of today’s children. Your Legacy Gift continues what you are doing now – helping others.

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  • Name The Foundation for UCP (EIN 26-3279530) as a beneficiary in your life insurance or trust documents. This is as easy as a phone call or email to your broker or accountant. You can allocate a set amount or a percentage for your legacy gift.
  • Include a legacy paragraph in your will and/or trust documents. By naming The Foundation for UCP in your will, estate, life insurance policy or trust, or by donating property and stock to UCP, you can leave a legacy that will help individuals with developmental disabilities for years to come.
  • Sample language you can include in your will or trust:
    “I give to The Foundation for UCP of Sacramento and Northern California (DBA), located at 4350 Auburn Blvd Sacramento CA 95841, the sum of $___ or ___% of the remainder of my estate. I intend my gift to be used for the general purposes of The Foundation of Greater Sacramento (legal name), Tax ID# 26-3279530.”
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Donor Advised Funds

You can easily make a Gift from your Donor Advised Fund (DAF) through the DAF Direct link below. DAF Direct does not charge a fee, so 100% of your gift will have the exact impact that you intend – connecting people with developmental disabilities to the community.

Ways to Give that Cost You Nothing

It doesn’t take a lot to make a big difference

Your Donation Makes a Difference

Support UCP’s Humanitarian Event

Each year, UCP selects an individual who has generously supported the community as the recipient of the Humanitarian of the Year award. Proceeds of the Humanitarian of the Year event go to a brighter future for today’s children.

We’re here to help!

We encourage you to talk to a professional advisor. Your advisor can help explain the many options for leaving behind a legacy of support to The Foundation for UCP.

Together, We Can Do Amazing Things

Because of generous donations from people like you, UCP can provide programs and services for adults with developmental disabilities. Your donations help children and adults with autism, intellectual delay, Down syndrome, epilepsy, and cerebral palsy live a life without limits. As a result of your generosity, individuals in our community, who otherwise felt isolated, are now thriving. In fact, your contributions are lifting them from living a life of isolation to a life of possibilities.

Legal Name: The Foundation for UCP of Greater Sacramento
DBA: The Foundation for UCP of Sacramento and Northern California
Federal Tax ID #26-3279530
4350 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95841
(916) 565-7770

Have questions?

Let's Talk!

To learn more about how your gift can make a significant impact on the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, contact Megan Laurie at: mlaurie@ucpsacto.org